Category: Local News

Island Lake Public School Hosts Students from China

From October 2 to 6, 2017, Island Lake Public School hosted a group of 21 international students and three teachers visiting from China. The entire school and Doug Morrell, the Superintendent of Education responsible for the International Student Program, welcomed

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Orangeville Police Charge Man in Ongoing Drug Investigation

Orangeville Police have arrested and charged a 28-year-old man for drug related charges. As a result of an ongoing drug investigation, police stopped a vehicle in the area of Century Drive and Townline, just after 5 p.m. on Wednesday, October

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Cocaine and Marijuana Seized at RIDE Spot Check in Shelburne

A 24-year old man from Welland is facing drug charges after a Police found more than just alcohol during a RIDE check in Shelburne Thursday night. In the evening on October 5, 2017, Shelburne Police pulled a car into the

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Police Need Witnesses After A Serious Crash In Caledon

The OPP are looking for witnesses to a serious multi-vehicle crash on Highway 10 early on Saturday morning. Around 1:30am an SUV that was heading north bumped another SUV into oncoming (southbound) traffic where it hit a third vehicle head-on. One driver

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Fog Expected To Develop Tonight Over Many Areas In Southern Ontario

Fog advisory in effect for: Bracebridge – Gravenhurst Huntsville – Baysville Port Carling – Port Severn Town of Parry Sound – Rosseau – Killbear Park Barrie – Collingwood – Hillsdale Midland – Coldwater – Orr Lake Orillia – Lagoon City

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OPP Are Looking to Speak with a Male Driver Who Offered a Ride to an 11-Year Old Girl in Fergus

Police are attempting to track down and question a man who offered a ride to an 11-year old girl in Fergus Tuesday afternoon. Just before 3:30 on October 3, 2017, Wellington County OPP received a complaint of a driver who

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Caledon Hosts Bicycle Friendly Community Workshop

The Town of Caledon and Region of Peel are inviting residents to participate in a Bicycle Friendly Community Workshop. The workshop is presented by the Share the Road Cycling Coalition, a provincial cycling advocacy organization working to build a bicycle-friendly

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Wellington County OPP Sergeant Charged After a Minor Collision

Wellington County OPP responded to a collision on the 6th Line of Nichol Township on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 just after 8 p.m. involving an OPP cruiser and parked vehicle. Sergeant Mike Dolderman was driving a police cruiser when his

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Tip From The Public Leads Orangeville Police To Impaired Driver

Police say on Monday, October 2, 2017, just after 3 am, they received a call from a staff member of a Buena Vista Drive hotel. The complaint was regarding three males in the parking lot outside of the hotel causing

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SIU Discontinues Investigation Into Injury Of Man In Caledon OPP Custody

The Special Investigations Unit has discontinued an investigation into a serious injury sustained by a 31-year-old man last month in Caledon. The SIU says on September 6th, 2017, the man was arrested by a Caledon OPP Officer. The man was

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Male Struck By Vehicle After Collision On Hwy 10

Just after 8 am this morning, Caledon OPP were called to a collision on Hwy 10 between Olde Base Line Road and The Grange Side Road. A Toyota Highlander was travelling northbound on Hwy 10 when it left the roadway

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Collision Near Caledon Leads to Impaired Driving Charges for Brampton Man

A Brampton man is facing multiple impaired driving charges after he rear-ended another vehicle near Caledon Saturday. Just after 6 a.m. on September 30, 2017, OPP officers were dispatched to the collision that occurred on the Mayfield Road exit off-ramp

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“Every Second Counts, Plan Two Ways Out” During Fire Prevention Week in Orangeville

Orangeville Fire Chief Ronald Morden is urging families in Dufferin County to practise their home escape plan as part of Fire Prevention Week, running from October 8-14, 2017. This year’s fire prevention message is “every second counts, plan two ways out!” “Fire

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Weekend R.I.D.E Program in Shelburne Results in Impaired Driving and Drug Charges

Shelburne Police were busy this past weekend, conducting daily R.I.D.E. programs in attempt to get impaired drivers off of roads in the community. During these spot checks, one person was charged with impaired and over 80, another with possession of

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Bill Evanov To Be Honoured With A Lifetime Achievement Award Tonight

Congratulations go out to the owner of Z1035 and the President of Dufferin Communications and the Evanov Radio Group, Bill Evanov. Tonight Bill will be honoured with a lifetime achievement award at the Small Business Summit Awards Gala at the

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